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Analyzing California's Governor Recall Election: The Three Waves of Ballots

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Analyzing California's Governor Recall Election: The Three Waves of Ballots

"There's going to be three waves about that happen tonight. And tomorrow and leading up to the next couple days the first balanced that are gonna be counter all mail in ballots so expect the democrats have a major jump and that tonight but that doesn't mean it's over. The second wave of ballots are going to be people that have voted in person today or they went and dropped off those meal and ballots. Third wave is going gonna be people that meld in their ballots today or a few days before election day so could be short. Night could be a long night. It's always looked now. I believe this thing is razor close. I believe that there is a silent californian voter ready to rise up against the new regime recalls tricky. There's only one other governor that is successfully been able to fight off a recall in recent american political history and that was governor scott walker andrew. You live in california. Stop looking at the polls. Those are all garbage. Those are simulated. What are you seeing hearing on the ground in california. I'm seeing an incredible amount of energy for the for larry elder. You could make the argument that i live in a bubble. I probably do we all do to some extent. I will tell you that this you know you. And i were talking months ago. I was underwhelmed. I didn't think that it really stood real chance. All of a sudden the energy behind the recall movement exploded it was a true grassroots movement. Outpouring i mean you're seeing it in in liberal enclaves strongholds like santa barbara you're seeing it and coastal communities you were seeing massive crowds gather local communities getting together and in ways that i hadn't seen in california in a long time. Now there was. There was trump excitement all this this this blew that away. I will tell you anecdotally. This blew that away. I think there was a collective exhaustion. There's just homelessness everywhere. It's expensive we all look at the state. Is the weather the topography. The just the everything about it. There's so much going for it and to see it being run the way it is. It's it's a

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"governor scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hosted President Trump and a crowd of 7000 for fireworks at Mount Rushmore and a very special Hello to South Dakota In August, she welcomed hundreds of thousands of people. The annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, and in September, South Dakota had the nation's second lowest unemployment rate, third lowest. Vermont. Mark Levin is Vermont's health commissioner. We felt we could reopen the economy and do the appropriate public health measures for the pandemic in parallel and that you didn't have to sacrifice one for the other about the same time as the South Dakota bike rally. Vermont Governor Scott imposed a statewide mask mandate and gave away 300,000 cloth face coverings. I'm asking you to look at the data, the real data. Not just something you see on Facebook and realize that the science is real fast forward to the present after South Dakota has seen covert hospitalizations quadruple over two months. Known remains unconvinced by other states experiences. Even mask mandates, has not slow down the spread or prevented other states from becoming hot spot the day she made those remarks, South Dakota reported almost 1400 new Corona virus infections the same day, Vermont reported 148. Just its third day with more than 100 new infections. Governor Scott responded with new restrictions on bars, restaurants and social gatherings for NPR news. I'm Seth Tupper in Rapid City. This'll afternoon on all.

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"governor scott" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on KCRW

"President Trump and a crowd of 7000 for fireworks at Mount Rushmore and a very special Hello to South Dakota. In August, She welcomed hundreds of thousands of people to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. And in September, South Dakota had the nation's second lowest unemployment rate, third lowest Vermont, Mark Levin is Vermont's health commissioner. We felt we could reopen the economy and do the appropriate public health measures for the pandemic in parallel and that you didn't have to sacrifice one for the other. About the same time as the South Dakota bike rally, Vermont Governor Scott imposed a statewide mask mandate and gave away 300,000 cloth face coverings. I'm asking you to look at the data. The real data, not just something you see on Facebook and realize that the science is real fast forward to the present after South Dakota has seen covert hospitalizations quadruple over two months. Known remains unconvinced by other states experiences. Even mask mandates, has not slow down the spread or prevented other states from becoming hot spot the day she made those remarks, South Dakota reported almost 1400 new Corona virus infections the same day, Vermont reported 148. Just its third day with more than 100 new infections. Governor Scott responded with new restrictions on bars, restaurants and social gatherings for NPR news. I'm Seth Tupper in Rapid City. This'll afternoon on all things considered. Pharma companies think.

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"governor scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hosted President Trump and a crowd of 7000 for fireworks at Mount Rushmore and a very special Hello to South Dakota. In August, She welcomed hundreds of thousands of people to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. And in September, South Dakota had the nation's second lowest unemployment rate, third lowest Vermont, Mark Levin is Vermont's health commissioner. We felt we could reopen the economy and do the appropriate public health measures for the pandemic in parallel and that you didn't have to sacrifice one for the other. About the same time as the South Dakota bike rally, Vermont Governor Scott imposed a statewide mask mandate and gave away 300,000 cloth face coverings. I'm asking you to look at the data. The real data, not just something you see on Facebook and realize that the science is real fast forward to the present after South Dakota has seen covert hospitalizations quadruple over two months. Known remains unconvinced by other states experiences. Even mask mandates, has not slow down the spread or prevented other states from becoming hot spot the day she made those remarks, South Dakota reported almost 1400 new Corona virus infections the same day, Vermont reported 148. Just its third day with more than 100 new infections. Governor Scott responded with new restrictions on bars, restaurants and social gatherings for NPR news. I'm Seth Tupper in Rapid City. This afternoon.

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"governor scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President Trump and a crowd of 7000 for fireworks at Mount Rushmore and a very special Hello to South Dakota. In August, She welcomed hundreds of thousands of people to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. And in September, South Dakota had the nation's second lowest unemployment rate, third lowest Vermont, Mark Levin is Vermont's health commissioner. We felt we could reopen the economy and do the appropriate public health measures for the pandemic in parallel and that you didn't have to sacrifice one for the other. About the same time as the South Dakota bike rally, Vermont Governor Scott imposed a statewide mask mandate and gave away 300,000 cloth face coverings. I'm asking you to look at the data. The real data, not just something you see on Facebook and realize that the science is real fast forward to the present after South Dakota has seen covert hospitalizations quadruple over two months. Known remains unconvinced by other states experiences. Even mask mandates, has not slow down the spread or prevented other states from becoming hot spot the day she made those remarks, South Dakota reported almost 1400 new Corona virus infections the same day, Vermont reported 148. Just its third day with more than 100 new infections. Governor Scott responded with new restrictions on bars, restaurants and social gatherings for NPR news. I'm Seth Tupper in Rapid City. This'll afternoon on all things considered. Pharma companies think they're.

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"governor scott" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And then you know, And in Milwaukee, also, you had you had seven precincts and bother you could you definitely should ask Governor Scott Walker, whose campaign by the way I worked on his first governor race. Which is kind of interesting, But anyway, there were seven precincts in Milwaukee County. They had excess of 100% turnout. Okay, there's the type of stuff that normally happens in Philadelphia. And Detroit. You know, Mork. It's seven precincts where and you know when they when they did the numbers and stuff, something like 900 excess votes. Her precinct. So comes up with something like 5000, both in just seven presence in the southwest side of Milwaukee. Healthy itself. You know, a bunch of rats were obviously relying on your assessment this morning as you're calling in, But when you talk about that date, I did see some rejection. Some pushback on the idea that more voters had voted, then registered in Wisconsin because that some people were using old voter registration data in order to make that argument and not current registration data. Also, Wisconsin has same day. Registration so that would actually play into this. Are you confident and those numbers like Where do you get those from you? Just to correct. You row quick. I'm not. Yeah, I'm totally familiar. There's some people that thought there was 3.1 Million registered voters know it's not 3.5 year, right? It comes up to 90% not talking statewide. I'm talking about seven precincts and Milwaukee County. For example. Just seven precincts, for example, had more than 101 100. Percent of the registered voters. And in addition to that, the other point you're bringing up over here. When they really looked into the same day voting. They estimated the amount of people that 3.1 million that asked. You did vote out of the 3.43 point five registered Out of that you would have had to have 900,000 new registrations that day again, which is impossible. You've never had anything close to it. You know, I think normally same day registration we have at the most 300,000 in every election. And again. I was looking at this whole analysis of this two in the morning when they were really breaking this down because his late breaking all this stuff. Right, you know, and being from Wisconsin. Look, I know you're running out of time itself with Governor Try to look up. This researcher equips. You can ask him more specifically about it. But this is ridiculous would happen with Scott. There's no way you get 90% turnout. You just do not. You know, it was like 3.15 million voted out 3.5. It comes up like 89% 90% something like that. It's ridiculous. Rafael. Thank you so much. We appreciate you joining us from Wisconsin living in Florida. Listening to W E. Gotta love it right fail. Thank you. So have a have a great day..

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Wisconsin delegates remain enthusiastic during downsized RNC

Our American Stories

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin delegates remain enthusiastic during downsized RNC

"The first day of the Republican National Convention. So the majority of Wisconsin's delegation staying in the state taking part and watch parties like one in Waukesha, alternate delegate Terry Did, Rick tells T M J for news. Still exciting to take part any way they can, but surreal really sorry about not being able to go there. But, you know, at the end of the day that the mission is still here in Wisconsin former governor Scott Walker wasn't Charlotte Monday to help renominate Mike Pence for the party's vice president.

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"governor scott" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"So he went back to his board and This is my interpretation of what occurred but he went back to a sport and they were like, why don't you fighting against this Michael Bell Guy and everything and he brings this debt and he goes to believe the message said he's calling for is correct. And so I will tell you that politicians were scared to death about this thing they thought they were going to assist Michael Bell and then be labeled as anti law enforcement and Jim Palmer pretty much had to go into every single legislator's office at our capital. And tell them that if you vote for this measure, it's okay because we believe in this with a lot of hard work and continued pressure, I took out a full-page at USA Today calling attention to the situation and see and Kenosha with what happened to my son. We were able to have a unanimous vote in the Senate. Unanimous vote in the House and Governor Scott Walker signed the first law of this nation. It's tight. That any law enforcement involved fatality cannot investigate themselves in the state of Wisconsin and that only dealt with law enforcement itself. It didn't go into the into the jail system, a prison guard or something like that, and you're involved with fidelity that has not that has not come up, but any involve Italian. So that's pretty much. My back story for you listeners on fire way questions for. Not. Listen to that. That was great back story. Thank you very much. I'd like to know more about any type of negative pushback. Unfortunately, law enforcement can be notorious for extra-judicial. How to say I know just the but what kind of negative pushbacks did you get? I actually have a very interesting file about the negative pushback that I received. Law Enforcement Officers. Like the kid got what he deserved, who was nothing more than human feces and. That type of thing. And then there was some intimidation factor is trying to go on They would take a squad car park it out in front of Michael's Mother's house. She would like here you know they they killed my child in front of me. And now they're sitting out in front of my squad in front of my house and a squad car for. An hour or two hours the officers that actually were involved at called her and told her told her about that. In addition to that wasn't that much longer I had gone and spoke in front of the police and fire commission hearing connotion. The officer that actually shot Michael Confronted me in a parking lot afterwards, and it just so happens that every time I made a public talk, I would always take a microphone. So that way we will be misquoted and I stuck a microphone in my pocket and it was it was live and the officer confronted me about killing Michael and I had a hidden investigator and former police officer working for me at the time and he saw me speaking with this officer and he took out. His video camera. So he was able to get forty five seconds the video, but I got eight and a half minutes of recording, and if any of us are interested if they go to Michael Bell about fall, that conversation has been made into a about an eighteen minute documentary to show how things occurred and I know of no other place in the nation where the an officer confronted the father of a man that he killed and that conversation was taped record and then made into a video. So I think you'll find it very compelling. I did go to Michael, Dell?.

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RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

"Now. In Charlotte, North Carolina Actress Neri Milburn opening the Republican National Convention. Republicans are gathered and they're physically gathered in the same place to kick off the GOP convention with an in person meeting and a roll call vote at the Charlotte Convention Center. Just so it's C 336 delegates are invited to cast proxy votes on behalf of the more than 2500 regular delegates. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave the nominating speech for Vice President Mike Pence. It is my honor to nominate our friend. Michael R. Pence to serve as the Republican Party's 2020 candidate for vice president of these United States of America. Among the headliners for the opening day, Senator Tim Scott Congressman Steve Scalise, Matt Gates and Jim Jordan and former ambassador Nikki Haley.

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"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Is the toll free number four, wd EVI and believe we have Jason on the line from Burlington Good Morning Jason. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Sure Kim I watched the effort last year to get paid family leave passed in Vermont and from the outside and somebody who doesn't follow state politics too much. It kind of looked like the Senate and the house were tripping over each other and couldn't figure out how to work together to pass something that everybody clearly wanted and I think. About I'm looking for a candidate that's going to give us. Leadership. That actually focuses on goals and doesn't get stuck in what looked like a whole lot of politicking. I was kind of disappointed watching how that all unfolded? Can you talk a little bit about what happened there and why we didn't get paid family leave last year when it looked like everybody wanted it. To Ash. Yeah. Sure. Thing. Jason You know it's it's worth. Remembering that in two thousand eighteen. the speaker and I working with leadership and the committees on both sides, the House and the Senate. Did Pass paid family leave bill and the minimum wage bill both of which were vetoed by Governor Scott Twenty eighteen. So in two thousand nineteen, we came back and we thought well, we can't quite do the exact same thing because we know where that landed last time and there's no question we struggled to figure out what the sweet spot was and in the final negotiations, we had three members of the Senate senators, Michael Iraq in Beca balanced and Alison. Clarkson has our negotiating team. They were trying to find the sweet spot on the paid family leave bill in the minimum wage bill and. You know the the the it just didn't come off the pressure at the end of the session There were of both sides who were dissatisfied with the others position and it didn't come off and so the speaker and I right after the session ended we got a regroup said. The moment we come back. We gotta get these things finished. We were like here his wits away and right out of the gates we passed both the paid Leesville and the minimum wage bill on the minimum wage bill did override the governor just barely and on the paid families bill we had marshalled veto proof majority on our side of the house. a couple of people who had we had thought would vote yes. Flipped and voted no and so they missed it by one. So you know in two, thousand, nine, hundred, the end, the session obviously as any leader, you take responsibility for when things don't go your way but two times with pass paid family leave three times I think we have voted for minimum wage and I'm totally confident that in twenty twenty, one paid family leave will become the law of the state. And Are you expecting those a possible another gubernatorial veto twenty, twenty, one I if governor Scott is reelected. Well. It obviously depends on who the governor is and and whether the attitude of governor Scott if he is reelected changes at all you know. There was always time for people to revisit their positions. Governor has said he's not opposed to paid family leave. He did not like the mandatory nature. We of course argued that if it wasn't mandatory, the system would collapse very quickly under its own weight. So the real question is a few of the House members. Who voted no on whether to override the governor Will they get unseated? In their own districts and a few people have competitive primaries largely as a result of that vote and we'll some other people say you know what Kobe has helped explain why this is so critical for people and my earlier opposition is GonNa flip. So I believe either the governor will revisit his position or more likely that last House vote if necessary can be attained either through. The primary process or power persuasion based on the covert experience. and. The A lot of Vermont's rural hospitals were. In hurting and financial shape before the covid crisis hit and wondering what do you think healthcare will look like in should look like in Vermont in twenty. Twenty five. Well I think from the hospital point of view you know it. It's absolutely true that the smallest hospitals in Vermont and we have a number of small hospitals are facing serious financial pressure some of it I won't get into the gory weeds of how Medicare pays more rural areas where there's higher percentage of Medicare people that puts specific strain on them. But I really think you know the idea of some kind of global budgeting so that a small community hospital knows how much money it has to work with on a predictable basis in doesn't have to go out and try to find a profit center so that it can and the year in the black each year the current. Health care. Reform efforts in Vermont. They try to achieve that result by slightly more complicated measure but I think if we can get to a fixed budget with a growth rate that's reasonable for monitors to pay that will put those providers in good standing but I also want to make sure we're not forgetting about everybody from dentists to mental health professionals the organizations that serve people with substance. Abuse. Disorders. independent physicians all. Those. Practices. Face. Similar pressure and in some ways as we come to more appropriately view health from the from the preventative side of things we have to make sure that we don't let the preventive practices fall by the wayside in order to prop up the most you know well resourced hospital..

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Kid Press Conference with Governor Phil Scott

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Kid Press Conference with Governor Phil Scott

"Peter Hirschfeld Nice to talk with you. Good to talk with you Jane and I have to tell you I'm so excited to hear what questions the kids are going to have the governor today. Yeah me, too. I hope he's prepared. Can you explain just first of all what a reporter is and generally what a reporter does! We have pretty fun jobs. I have to admit because we spend all day learning about things that are happening in our towns in the state in the country, and even the world sometimes, and then we write stories based on what we've learned so that we can get people information that in some cases might be really important to them. In order to do that job, we have to be kind of like collectors of information. And sometimes we collect that information by reading things like government documents for example sometimes we get information by talking to people like legislators or mayors or the governor, people in our communities or sometimes expert who can help us understand different topics that we might not know that much about sometimes we get information just by going to places and watching things like a select board meeting in a local town or going to the State House to watch committees. They're make big decisions. or maybe going to to something like a protest is to learn more about what people are upset about. We have what we call a representative democracy in the united. States in that means we elect people to Serb government, and they make really important decisions about how our society is going to work and reporters tried to do is get people all the information. They needed so that they can decide whether their government is doing a good job. And sometimes when reporter learns about things that maybe aren't going so well. It allows the people who read their stories to. Ask and demand changes and improvements. Can I highlight one word that you said because I to just make sure we're clear on this, you said reporters write stories. This is not the kind of story that is fiction that is made up or not true. What a reporter does has to be based on fact so when you say you write a story, you're writing something that incorporates what you've heard from other people what you know to be true and what you have found out. You're not making things up, and you're not really sharing your opinion. What's the difference between factual reporting and just telling someone what you think about something? Yeah, that's exactly right Jane, so this isn't the kind of story that you would read in a picture book for example or A novel. That is fiction What reporters are doing? Is discovering facts and information, and then just using those facts in that information in the stories that they right so even though we call them stories or not, the kinds of stories you might find. In! Some of the books you read it school. One way I like to think about it is. There's a big difference between I. Think and what I know and reporters stick to telling people what they know. Bar Job is to give the public facts and information so that they can make their own opinions about things. Get an example of something that's happening right now. Governor Scott, who you're going to be talking to assume wants to make some budget cuts next year because Vermont government doesn't have as much money coming in, but a lot of legislators that work in the state. House, don't WanNa make budget cuts because they say there's going to be a lot of people that have a lot of needs and budget got is when you think you have a certain amount of. Of money to spend, but then actually you're only allowed to spend a little less than that. That's right. You don't have as much money as you thought you were going to have so the job of the reporter in telling that story isn't the tell people who's right or wrong. The governor or the legislature. The reporter's job is to collect as much information as possible about their proposals explain to people what those proposals would do and what they would mean. In then explained the potential consequences of those proposals, but then lead up to other people to decide what they think is the right thing to do.

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"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Half hour of our program on this Friday morning and I want to bring in James Lyle. He is the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union at Chapter for Vermont based in Montpellier and the ACLU has been Has been raising alarms about what's going on in Vermont. Vermont's correctional facilities recently about the in the age of Corona virus and James. Lyle thank you very much for joining me Good Morning. Hi How you doing pretty well. How are you good so tell us you folks issued a statement yesterday give us a recap and we'll go from there Well so we've been Really concerned for for the last couple of months releasing this crisis took hold About the state's response to The prison system and the risk of an outbreak and spread of cove nineteen in our prisons and potentially spreading into the community And we remain concerned You know I think by a lot of accounts I think. A lot of people are Satisfied that this got administration Has Been Very transparent in reasonable and measured and proactive in its response to this crisis and we really do commend the efforts of so many public officials and people across the state who are stepping up. But I think there's a real contrast between that and the way that the administration is responding or not responding to the risk of of our prison system and so we've been calling on governor Scott for months to do more to reduce that risk to the people who live in working our prisons into the community at large Talk to me for a moment about what it described the risks from your perspective. What are these risks? Social distancing is impossible in prison. These facilities are known to be hot. Spots you know I think last month. The single biggest source of covert nineteen infections in the country was a jail. And we've already seen one outbreak in Vermont in the Saint Open Sicilian which I think is now up to sixty three positive tests at last count. That's more than any other single places. Vermont other Burlington And so you know. We're calling on the administration to essentially do three things to utilize broader testing strategies to proactively test. Everyone these facilities To pursue all reasonable and viable options for safely reducing the prison population. Again because social distancing is impossible in these chevy few people in there as possible and then thirdly to be transparent about what it's doing and what is not willing to do And the administration hasn't done those things And by failing to take those steps Governor Scott has really gambling with people's lives and with the health and safety of our communities. Let's take them one by one testing. You know we've added a lot of reporting in recent weeks about how there just isn't enough testing your around in the country at large. Do you think what testing there is? We ought to be focusing on the prisons. Were get I mean. These are.

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Boston - About a Dozen Protest Vermont Stay-Home Order in Montpelier

Jay Talking

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - About a Dozen Protest Vermont Stay-Home Order in Montpelier

"A protest and counter protest in Vermont about a dozen people showing up at the state house in Montpelier protesting against governor Phil Scott's stay at home order at the same time for nurses from central Vermont Medical Center wearing face masks turned out to speak against the demonstration governor Scott says he's frustrated by the restrictions required to deal with the pandemic and is also eager to re open the state's economy however Scott says he'll listen to science and continue to do what's right regardless of the political ramifications Vermont has eight hundred twenty three cases of the virus with forty

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"governor scott" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Our our own and in we gotta keep the supply chain workforce healthy and it's not just manufacturing distribution professionals but a really critical component which is our truck driver yes socks move seventy percent of all free in our country when when you measure out by weight S. trucking capacity continues to tighten we're seeing truckstop clothes and even some state run rest stops are being close critical resources police truck drivers bathroom stops showers resting all of things that they need to keep running as hard as they are that's that's point number one number two dear listers please follow all the guidelines from expert resources like CDC dot org it's so important to flatten the curve so we're gonna take decisive action now not the time to panic don't hoard again by which you need use what you buy and really which thereby takes care takes this thing seriously we're gonna get all this together yes yes guys I spoke to governor Scott last week our our governor in the state of Florida former governor current senator and asked him about the the truck drivers for public for example only he had just broken the CEO of of public about that very topic so everybody's aware but they've got to keep those rest stops open they've got to be able to keep that for the truck drivers the summer going across country and they can't afford not to be able to find a meal or rest up someplace Hey Scott thanks so much free time I love what you're doing it's a plane supply chain now radio dot com thanks a lot we'll talk again next year okay backdrop in just two minutes here in Israel six ten WYO the it's not air against our ratings are through the roof it's still quiet confidence you get thank you again for making us number one from you we can't do it without you.

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"governor scott" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"This morning is one of the smartest guys I know. And we have with this ex-governor from Wisconsin Scott Walker. How how are you governor? I'm super you're one of the smartest people I know in or out of politics. So Burkett Governor. It was an interesting weekend politics especially in democratic politics in twenty four hours to whole world change. Bloomberg fell apart. Everybody else fell off the shelf. Tell us you know politics pretty well especially from the Mid West. Tell us how you see sings Shakya. Yeah this is just amazing. It was one of the most amazing Turnarounds particularly when you think about earned media. Joe Biden didn't have the money Bloomberg Daddy didn't have the organization attorney did but in the end you saw a really the the full force of the Democrat establishment coalesce behind Joe Biden because they were scared to death of Bernie. Sanders is as much as many of them embrace socialism. They didn't want it from a guy who's on record sympathizing with communist dictators Certainly in the past and even in some of his policies now so you saw them clear the lane They got Mayor people to check out and and Senator Amy Klobuchar or out of course. Bloomberg along the way with his two failed debate show. You really couldn't abate his way out of a wet paper bag and that opened the door for a clear contrast between Biden the more pragmatic choice of many older Democrats in the primary voting system. And of course Bernie The democratic socialist who appealed to some of the younger voters out there add in the long tradition. That Joe Biden had of appealing to African American voters. And you can see why not only did well in South Carolina but one big by any measure on Super Tuesday. This is completely turned their their nomination process. Upset out well I mean when we saw each other last week I always had a feeling that the Democratic Party somewhere orange was just gonNA screw sanders but how everything else fell. Plot was unbelievable. And we're really was and and you're right and it's one of those where this is one of the I think missing headlines out there wasn't just that the establishment got behind Biden without a doubt they were worried about losing the White House burning. But I think it's more fundamental wasn't just worries about losing the White House. It was about losing the House that really worried and all the other down ballot you saw and this is I guess. Tested the voters. They didn't just by actually spoke to voters. And voters responded. That there aren't gonNA WE'RE GONNA lose Bernie not at the top. We'RE GONNA lose all the way down in for Democrats who overwhelmingly care about the power structure. What they want is in the twenty twenty Seco-. This is the first time in twenty years. The presidential elections the same time there is a census in they know that whoever's in power at the state local level are the people who are going to set the boundaries even at the congressional level for the next decade. And that's really more than principle more than policy more than politics. This is about power for the Democrats and let's talk about the state in the Senate and Congress are People Gonna Forgive Nancy Pelosi during the vote. Democratic for Congress wedding there is a huge pushback amongst voters and a lot of these swing district and I only in the Mid West but even in Stanton Island for example in New York a New York City Newark. Stater you're and California you look in the Mid West number of seats where Republicans lost twenty eighteen in part because they lost more suburban Type voters now in the twenty twenty psycho all these Democrats who want an eighteen have to stand up and acknowledged that even though they promised they were going to get things done. They promised they re put politics instead. What you've seen is really two years under Pelosi of House. Democrats doing nothing except impeachment and I think in the end. It's why you see Democrats on the run and why you see. President trump getting unprecedented levels of of support in these primaries. Even though he has no real opposition he is getting big numbers. Bigger than Obama did at this stage of in his presence reelection. This is really a good sign. We got to counter that though and know that in the end because of redistricting because of all these boundaries being sick the Democrats are gonNA pull out all the stops. The Supreme Court is Politics Stein to hit that. Well I can't believe that I am. I can't believe it I guess. Sorry as it is but it's it's remarkable if you think back a few years ago. Chuck Schumer Being the the leader the Senate Democrats what he said about two members of the. Us Supreme Core is really unprecedented. I don't think anyone can deny that. That didn't sound like a threat to me. That's why you have three separate branches of government Certainly we can complain about Rulings But that's why you have separate branches and and that's why the judiciary is impartial. We're not elected. They're not at the federal level they're not members of parties there to uphold the constitution and the laws during acted and Regardless of who nominated them in the end. They're doing what they're supposed to do. They should actually be free of threats. But that's really where things have gone. You've gotten so out of control of that. This has become commonplace in and sadly not surprising. Scott Walker what are you doing lately? Well one of the things. We're working on the national. Republican trust the N. R. R. T. DOT. Org is where people can find more and the reason I got involved with two simple words Eric holder. I just mentioned the establishment is can't behind Biden. The reason they did was more than just the White House. It's because they're worried about losing the house and worried about long term What the next decade is going to be like. We're trying to make sure that Eric holder in his allies has grown his Gerrymandered the way into permanent power. We have fair maps. You See New York state but you see it all across the country if we have maps that keep communities of interest attack. We've constitutionally strong and concise districts are candidates can win. We've got better candidates in a better message. We just gotTa make sure they don't gerrymanders out of out of the possibility so you're working hard in that absolutely. Yeah the The N. R. R. T. Dot Org. That's the National Republican district. Trust working on some other things to try to get a bounce budget amendment enacted working with the National Taxpayer's Union and other groups But right now. One of the most critical things we can do is push back against colder. Who's been working on this for years? He Got Barack Obama to put all of his organizing for America. All of his name's funds resources into this redistricting effort. They claim in many many media outlets that the for fair maps that their own group filed with the irs a form that says their purpose their mission is favourably position. Democrats in the redistricting process. That's why they they don't fight redistricting in New York or Massachusetts New Jersey or annoy. They only go to Publican states In the end we gotta push back in a New York state. People can help out with the trust because it's a good way to force them to do. What the voters said. They wanted back in twenty fourteen that has had objective process. And they're not doing it now they haven't done in the past. And that's why we gotta be standing up and fighting back against holder and company President Trump. Your Midwest you weren't Midwest Governor. How do the Mid West farmers and feel about president trump is still supporting him? One hundred percent absolutely. He is unbelievable levels of support. Roy is again. Many of the elite particularly in the Washington bubble somehow think on trade and tariffs that there's backlash With the farming community the opposite is true. They believe that this is a and I joined them in that with. This president is fighting to get fair. Trade deals not only for manufacturers but for farmers we saw with the trade deal with Canada and Mexico under NAFTA dairy farmers not only in Wisconsin Minnesota but even in New York state. We're getting a really getting the raw ended the deal. When it came down Karaoke Canada he held out in that trade. Deal to get a better deal to level the playing field. I think when you see examples like that now what he's doing with China and other parts of the world they know that he's fighting for them and sandwich manufacturing workers. They know that he's fighting hard. This is a guy who keeps his promises. His numbers have gone up since impeachment. Because I think mid Westerners where a lot of these swing states are at midwesterners believe in fairness and they believe that. He's doing what he said he was going to do. At the impeachment is just a partisan witch hunt and Oddly Enough Democrats are going backfire with all they've done to try to attack him independent persuadable. Voters just want people who get the job done. It's why I WanNa Rico with more votes than I did the first time. I think the same thing's going to happen with the President Governor Scott Walker. Thank you for coming onto a show today and God bless you and everything you do for the American people and let's catch up again real soon. Found great keep by for freedom. Thanks man thank you. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

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"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"That then gets vetoed by the governor. Maybe the next thing down pipeline could be something like I don't know the global warming Solutions Act as a as a way to sort of basically more veto bait. Well yeah and it's clear that Governor Scott is not too keen on this proposal. The bill was just voted passed easily in house yesterday. And it's heading over to the Senate and the Senate rarely takes a path to the right of where the houses on anything and so Looks like this is going to be some some form. Having to the governor's desk governor's been expressing big misgivings. Just seems like I've seen this movie before. Yeah and you know. Democrats will say. Well we're not GONNA legislate. According to the governor's agenda and climate change related. Doing something big on climate. Change was clearly something that the Democrats in a State House. We're going to do this year. Given sort of you know. The sense of urgency that a lot of democratic voters have brought to the table and are demanding of their elected officials. This bill would mandate the state to hit emissions reductions required levels over the coming decades. And the governor's concerned about the potential for lawsuits because this would allow people to sue the state if those emissions goals aren't met and he's also concerned about basically making this a requirement for the state before there's basically plan explicitly written out and approved. This would basically make the executive branch. Give them the task of figuring out how to get to these emissions reductions but doesn't explain or spell out exactly how you get there and that's another point of concern for him he has you know just sort of spare the details he he has supported or signal support a more moderate version of this where the lawsuits no can't can't come forward as quickly as they would under the Democratic version of the bill but I think that it's very likely that he would you know if the current form this reached his desk that he would veto the bill and it would be an opportunity for Democrats to point the governor. And say.

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"governor scott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And growing up really did they teach telling the call right I would know of they talk spelling a call right well Sir some yeah what about simple rudimentary math some had that too because they miss the other stuff what about her what about reading it like a sixth grade level by the time you graduated high school they have their call right if you have the more advanced a little bit more advanced at best so I shouldn't call only few Marshall letter desk negative I'll probably get in trouble just for mentioning her name but it's got like it here coming down the hall right now governor Scott Reinhard told me that she was the one in in response to a reference fixed so I'm going to be always some here there's a couple of people up front with football helmets walking around today so I better be careful bingo I'm getting the hell out the door three clocks and I'll tell you that right now and I'm not going by the secret I'm not going by the front desk that's correct I'm going out the back door I go the secret way be looking for the front read the word about the background shingle get a questionnaire gonna get none of it take the stairs that we all come from me no I learned one Scotch one beer Gerry Jess out the door yes I'll take segment good thank you very much Sir get is that was due to four please Gary Jeff at either of this beautiful Friday with the sun shining but still cool and everybody have a nice weekend yes we leave you with the immortal words of this due to report want to wrestle the naked guy covered a baby any takers I am going to do that to right after he gets off the tricycle and address some final thoughts coming up just ahead of any Iraqi got seven hundred WLW orange and black versus silver and black Michael's head to Oakland for four quarters showdown with the rigors they get that elusive first win and Bailey catches a shot gun staff going go would you get the call live from day in the mood and Dave left wires is restored seven hundred WLW.

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"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Jim douglas good morning good morning dana. How do you get a vacation or just yes i do. Oh yeah. I had my vacation a little earlier this summer. It was wonderful. It was a great day. I'm sure it was yeah back. After lunch i radio vermont personnel policies <hes> well great to be with you this morning and <hes> we've got a jammed pack show oh so i wanted to get to it in just a just a moment but let me tell you what's coming up <hes> in our first half hour. We're going to talk with the professor matt dickinson middlebury college. He's a presidential scholar. He's written widely he blogs regularly and <hes> he follows the presidential campaign trail quite closely so that'll be an interesting discussion and <hes> in the second half hour. We're going to talk with lindsay. Curly who's the newly anointed and appointed secretary of commerce and community development <hes> she has been the labor commissioner for the first couple and a half years of governor scott's administration so we'll talk with her about her new beat and then at <hes> after the ten o'clock news. We're going to hear from his excellency himself. Governor scott will be with us in studio to talk about <hes> oh the recent legislative session not to reason i guess but the most most recent season one and his priorities and how things stand with our state and we'll wrap it up with steve perkins in the last half hour. He's the director of the vermont. Historical society heidi is doing a fine job there and a lot of exciting things happening as we study and learn about our past so let's kick it off with the professor mad dickinson. I'm from.

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"governor scott" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well, Christopher good here. We are in June hurricane season, officially underway. Yeah. I'm glad we started the show, but I was just about to step out and shave. If you're wondering why I'm saying that it's because my good friend, Tony Marino was kind enough to hand me some brand razors before the show started. And I'm not sure what to read into that. I know that's an odd gift, but, you know, working in radio UK usually get some free stuff. Okay. All right. And I was like, you know, Chris has a healthy beard, he shaves. I mean everybody has to shave razor expensive. I'm like here buddy, have a few free razor. There we go. Well, it is a gift greatly appreciated. So lot of folks may be out in about right now. You know heading to the hardware stores, the big box retailers for their tax free hurricane supply shopping. Governor Scott and governor Santa's that's right. Both of them. Do we have to governors? Well governor, Scott got it started to Santa, this continued it, I Gotcha tax free holiday, but you can only get thirty dollars worth of batteries or something like that tax free. They put a limit there's limits on things. But I think. You can get a generator like up to like seven hundred bucks tax free. Yeah. So and you know, as we always say Chris every little bit helps. That's true. What do you think the what's the over under on hurricanes could buy batteries? And then have you wife by some batteries, and that have kid by some batteries? And then you have tons of batteries and it would be, you know. Yeah. Okay. All right. So anyway, this is the OT radio show. Again, wherever you are, whatever you doing. Thank you for tuning in doing it with us. If you are not familiar with the Online Trading Academy. They have taught more than a half a million folks to navigate the financial markets successfully over the past twenty two years..

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"governor scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Conference by attorney general William bar department of Justice, the big highlights the president did not conspire no collusion. Also, he just made the point there is no executive privilege evoked here so invoked here. So that we we have a little more formation. But of course, the big release the big document released. It's going to be happening sometime this morning after congress gets its hands on the redacted version. That's when we'll get into more detail on this Rick s avert for the Wisconsin institute for law and liberty are gonna join me a little bit later in the program. We may take some calls as well. Big question for all of you. Are you actually going to read this report to be made public today at some point? Are you actually take the time to read four hundred pages? And even if you do or don't will change your mind that's going to be a conversation eleven o'clock hour after the nine o'clock hour news. Former governor Scott Walker will join us for our in studio. That's coming up as well. Right now. Let's get back to news with Mike Spaulding. Yes, Steve, we take our attention from Washington DC, and the attorney general and bring it home toward for seen county, specifically Foxconn, which has been about the most talked about business deal. Wisconsin history. Also, the one maybe most shrouded in secrecy. It's still been no secret that governor Everts hasn't been a fan of that deal from the jump going as far during the campaign as a say that he'd want to retract the entire deal that hasn't happened yet. But amid a wave of negative stories this week from some local organizations. Well, it's national news outlets. The governor does stay now he would like to renegotiate think we're gonna point now where we are relatively confident that the original footprint of that project is going to be much slower. But it seems to be a footprint that everybody agrees is likely to happen. So no, I don't think it will change again. My my few around Foxconn has always been the protect taxpayers state making sure that our. Environmental standards are met and Iverson commenting yesterday citing a report that again said Foxconn, most likely wouldn't be able to fulfill that promise that original promise of those thirteen thousand jobs. Great thing is we have governor Scott governor Scott Walker. We'll be in studio. We can ask him about that one of the architects of that the original deal that's happening after the nine o'clock on news. Another quick break. Pucks and bucks every hour chairman of box Cantera gal announcing declines to step down in the coming months. Every day redacted version of the report will be released a news doesn't stop and.

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"governor scott" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Includes a course. Current governor Scott walk and chew gum and his faithful sidekick Rebecca scree fish. They'll be gone, and and their attorney general Brad slimy like he'll be gone down in Janesville one of the. The three pieces of the tripod. Paul riot squad that hot the house mouth. Also be. Also be gone. May they sink to the bottom where they belong course on? This all started when Wisconsin was discovered to have of the frac sand is a special kind of sand you need for fracking its own processor bringing bringing natural gas up out of the earth. And you need a kind of saying that's gotta be rounded, grains, because you want it to be a little bit more little bit more mobile met much sand has he's hard little crystals. That doesn't move very much. They needed that special San came to the attention the coke brothers, and they needed somebody to be a caretaker for their little sand conglomerate up here, and sort of took over the government and installed all those people about ten years ago spent about ten years to get rid of them, all but come. Come Monday will. Mr. coming up on new day. Now, they're not all gone. They're still few quite a few of them the infrastructure of the legislature and Senate in the state is still well in the hands of the co conspirators of these people, but. Took a big step. Remember getting rid of the gov-, Lieutenant governor and and. Attorney general. Representative down there in the first district. So congratulations to the folks, Wisconsin. And thanks to Joe cracker for coming in every weekend. And keeping keeping us current on. What was going on with with the state of the governor? Wisconsin. Dane county turned out about ninety two percent. During that election, and they'd really made a difference though. Thanks, all you who came out and voted. And so we say. You say good. Bye. Bye bye. To those people Bye-bye..

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"governor scott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"governor scott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The last vote is counted we wanted to make sure that every single vote, including those that were over votes under votes as long as it was illegally cast. But we want those votes to be counted. And now that we are rounding that process. Our our Jan I wanted to take a moment to congratulate Mr. de Santa's on becoming the next governor of the great state of Florida. No, there you go. There's a little grace there. That's what used to always get praised. That's always acknowledged as the way to go. No harm their Gillam didn't hurt his chances. Maybe some of the radicals of the left thing he was being too nice. But. That's the way it used to go. Here's Rick Scott this morning on Faxon, friends, and the Fox News channel Steve Doocy sent congratulations. Did you at any point think that they might find a bunch of ballots in a back room somewhere and the other guy who has the job I e smiley staple face Nelson was gonna keep it. It was very frustrating. When I now Swede one that Tuesday night, we were up fifty seven thousand votes, and they just kept finding balance. And so that's why you know, I'm thankful for a lot of people that brought light to this to make sure we stop this. And we've got to do everything we can to make sure these elections are free and fair and one more. Rhonda Santa's also on FOX and friends this morning with Brian kill me. He's the new governor governor elected Florida there any doubts in the interim from election day to today that you would be at this moment. Governor elect of Florida now, I mean, the only thing better than being elected governor Florida's being elected twice in two weeks. And so we had a margin on election night. It was a close race. But it was definitive that I had one. And even with some of the votes had turned up in Broward. I mean, my margin was significant enough. We knew the machinery cow was not going to change it made it did. And then I also had competence said governor Scott would end up winning the recount both the on machine recount there. So I think that's great that it happened. And that we're we're moving on. Now, we have a call from Carson city Nevada about this. This'll be an apropos time to take it. This is Kate. Thank you for waiting. How are you doing? I'm doing well rush. How are you doing super duper is? This is this this is Kate Kate from Fairfield is got up before the fires. I did I long time ago. And this woman used to call me regularly back in the late eighties and Sacramento, folks. That's why it's really, hey, listen rush. And and like I say after thirty two years, it never gets old listening to you. And your chest, though, plain-speaking, I'm so appreciative. Anyway, I'm calling because I want to send a message to even the drudge report, Fox News all of them. I've stopped checking them, I they tried to get us all wound up about this Florida recount. And they wanted us to be worried. Maybe the Senate could flip back to the Democrats. They're building up all of this stuff. I don't know if it's click bait. I don't know what it is. But I wanna tell them I've stopped checking you because I just I decided I'm just going to wait until I listened to rush Monday morning and see what happens. Now, I happen to get an Email last night from one of them saying that the Senate and the and the ad doing Torah racist had both been decided and the Republicans won. But if I hadn't seen that Email, I wouldn't have checked I would have just waited to listen and find out from you what happened because I'm just so tired of them trying to get all wound up. I'm just sick of it. Absolutely sick of it. So I wanted to call you and let you know that thank you. It's a big. Thank you, Kate. I have to I'm hearing a lot of people say one way or another what you just said, I can't tell you the number of people who have stopped checking the internet or watching cable news simply because they just don't want to be inundated with. Fatalistic pessimism every day all day. And I think you're right. I think it's click bait I think I think click bait or people that do financial newsletters every subscription. Renewal period is a crisis. You never asked for renewals when everything's great. You know, why do you need a newsletter? So everybody, the tendency pessimism, this has been my point that along pessimism cells. Scaring people sells it it causes them to pay attention. Breaking the why why is every story? Breaking news on cable TV. Oh, something out of the ordinary when it isn't. It's not even new anymore. Breaking news is just a trick the way it's just a way of introducing the next story rush. And it's just it's gotten really really old and a lot of suggest we're onto it. We're onto it. And we're hanging anymore. Were you less concerned that the Democrats were going to succeed in this recount effort? And that's why you felt the luxury not paying attention now. I know I never assume that the Democrats are going to lose anything. I mean, like, you say the media, you know, if the Democrats think something's fishy than something fishy. But if the Republicans do while, they're just sore losers or whatever. No, I was concerned. But I was just not going to let them take control of of. Of my thoughts and my opinions, and my worries I just I just wasn't going to let them do it. I was just like I said just going to wait to hear from you. We know chew sweet. Well every day. I do that. You know? I appreciate it. This is by the way, this is why I tell people just do an experiment to commit to it. But try to go as many days as you can minimum five without turning on cable news without watching any news on TV. Maybe check a website here. They're just to keep tabs. But don't and I guarantee you that your mood will improve. I don't know to what extent you're not gonna go from utterly depressed and angry to orgasmic we happy. But you're gonna know this a lot less angst. And a lot less tension. If you and I'm not saying don't, stay informed because this isn't being informed. What what what twenty four hour news cycle? There's not enough news to inform you every time you walk in. There's more going on than just. Inform me, by the way, the programs are formulaic. Introduce the subject bring on guests from one side, a guest on the other side start the conversation it descends into shouting at some point. And at some point the time. Limit is hit. Sorry. Great TV great conversation. We hope to both back up next the Australian rabbit back and extinction back after this. And then they move onto the next thing and nothing ever gets solved and nothing is ever proclaimed as that's right and just and that's wrong. It's just the formula. And I'm telling you that you can spare yourself a lot of grief by pulling away from it. Just try it may take five days, you might be able to do it two or three anyway, Kate. Thirty two years you've been out there. And I am so appreciative of that. I don't know how to tell you. So thank you very much. It's always great when you get through here. All right. Take care. She's living in Fairfield, California. And I moved over to Carson city. She was one of the early California evacuees. She saw the handwriting on the wall before there was the wall. Now Glenn Reynolds. And here's USA today column today. Donald Trump must bust up Facebook, Amazon Netflix and Google there's now an acronym for this FANG Facebook Amazon net net, flix and Google. They have become monopolies. But more importantly, they have become monopolies of information monopolies like the old drive by media. Mainstream media had a monopoly on the news, and it was a profound monopoly three networks and all the newspapers this is far more dance. The tentacles of this monopoly are woven much more deeply into the green of our culture and society, and they are every bit as partisan as anything ever has been. They are exclusionary anything to the right. Right of Karl. Marx is obliterated is not permitted. It is it is simply eliminated from Facebook. Google search results you name it. And the impact that it is having on our culture is deleterious and because they are monopolies not just financial monopolies. Although that's true too. Glenn Reynolds here law professor at university of Tennessee is suggesting that Trump if he's gonna get reelected in two thousand twenty had better start doing a teddy Roosevelt here and busting them up. We'll explore this after a break Facebook. Do you remember or you're aware that Friday last week the New York Times ran hit piece on Facebook like nobody's ever seen? And you know, what the primary offense Facebook committed. They didn't stop the Russians from meddling. Now. I folks there wasn't any. This is the extent to which this hoax has permeated our society. I gotta take the time to explain this properly. But I'm now got to go to a break. So don't go away. We'll be back in a moment. Rush.

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Wisconsin gov.-elect won't rule out suing over bills that would limit power

Overnight re-air of day's programming

07:18 min | 3 years ago

Wisconsin gov.-elect won't rule out suing over bills that would limit power

"Has happened before in many a legislature Democrats. In fact, I've done this in the past two Republican governors in lane duck sessions and other states joining me now from the state capital of Madison, Wisconsin, incoming democratic governor Tony got elect Devers. Welcome to meet the presser. Running check. How are you today? I'm okay. Let me start with this. You had said you were going to personally lobby governor Scott Walker the outgoing governor whom you defeated to veto this legislation. How those talks gone have you met with them. I communicated with governor Walker over the telephone a few days ago and laid out my physician that vetoing the legislation was going to be an important thing. Not only for you to make sure that our our what happened last November the vote of the people Wisconsin is actually upheld. And we're putting people in front of politics, but also just bad legislation. And I made that made that pitch and was noncommittal, I know publicly he's said another arenas savvy plans to sign most or all of it. So I'm not particular courage to at this point in time. But it's it's around Scott Walker's legacy. He he has the opportunity to change this and actually validate the will of the people that voted on November six did you negotiate with them? Did you say, you know, what look I know x is really important to you. I get that. But what's with y and z here was there. A why did you go to? And say, look, I I really think this part is just crazy please veto that if you want to keep this. I get it. No, I I talked about a few areas that are really important that actually Republican business leaders have talked about that that would take away power imply implicate and make make economic development much more difficult in the state of Wisconsin. But the entire thing is a mess. It's a hot mess. I believe that. He should be towed. The entire package impact at least three or four the pieces that are in there. Now, he has vetoed previously. And so it makes no sense to me. He's he's been a longtime public servant. And and I and he he he has a legacy here. So we're hopeful that he will veto the whole thing. I'm curious after you were elected and quickly. We heard word that the Republican speaker and the Republican majority leader in the legislature. There were considering these bills. Did you reach out to them personally before the bills started going? And if you did what was that conversation like? Well, I I met with Robert Vaas this speaker much before those words that rumor came down the pike. I haven't had a chance to talk immediate was last minute is one of these. Here's a rumor. And here's here's the bills that have been worked on for several months. But know, Scott, you didn't won this election, which got Walker at one this election. We wouldn't be sitting here talking to you today. Is there any party, you know, one of the things that the speaker said he goes, well and hindsight, maybe we gave the governor too much power take the partisan hat off a minute. All right. I know that that perhaps many people read that comet tongue in cheek. But do you believe he's right? Well, there are things in that Bill that really had nothing to do with giving Scott Walker anything. So I don't agree with that. We have balanced power in the state of Wisconsin legislature in both sides are Republican. I'm a democrat. The attorney general's have democrat. No, I view this as completely different than the, Robin. Boy, you said, and that is that we are trying to invalidate the of the people people Wisconsin voted for because they know that I was for good schools and good transportation system and good healthcare. They didn't they didn't. They didn't elect me to fight over. Administrative powers in the state of Wisconsin vis-a-vis, the Republican majority. Now, I think this this this gets us off to bad start. I I think it's a mistake. But we we'll continue working to get the people Wisconsin to convince Scott Walker to think about his legacy and make sure that he vetos language democratic congresswoman Glenmore said the following the legislatures who injured near this coup their actions amount to a smash and grab hijacking of the voters. Will you think coups the right word here? Well, that's that's always seems seems strong. But the fact of the matter is. As I just said if Walker had won this election, and he did not I did we wouldn't be sitting here. Talking about this today. We wouldn't we wouldn't be talking. It's Scott Walker wouldn't be sitting here talking about. Jeez. They're they're trying to they're trying to balance the power here. So no, I think is directly related to the to a win by a democrat in that be me. And we need we need to have this. We need to have this vetoed. One of their rationale has been well governor like abras margins all came from two cities, Madison and Milwaukee. We have to represent the rest of the state. What do you say to that charge? And more importantly, you want a very narrow election. How do you? How do you reach across this divided state at this point. Like, it would have been a lot easier without this legislation. I'll tell you that I have reached my present job is state superintendent that's a statewide elected position. And I've reached across island all all all numbers of issue. So that's part of my DNA. I'm an educator. So I I always try to find common ground, and I'll continue to do that going forward. This just makes it more difficult. But I wanted me election anyway, you slice it. I want me election and actually narrowed some of the. The votes out state, and I've won lots of those counties out state in the past. I governor I will be the governor of the state. It was represent doesn't veto this legislation. Do you plan to sue you really think you have standards? All all all issues are on the table. I I'm not making any promises one way or the other. But we're looking at all issues all options at the table. I need to stand up for the people Wisconsin. There's two point six million people that voted in this last election, and they expect me to do that. So I'm going to we're going to pursue this governor elect, Tony abors democrat from Wisconsin. Thanks for coming on sharing your views. Good luck. When you take when he actually takes us. All right. When we come back. The one issue

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Wisconsin Democrats look at legal options on lame-duck bills

Democracy Now

08:08 min | 3 years ago

Wisconsin Democrats look at legal options on lame-duck bills

"In order to ram through a series of measures that that basically decapitate the executive branch and give the legislature itself powered over an enormous number of things, whether it's agencies, whether it's making the attorney general come to the legislature, and specifically to a committee with a Republican dominated committee within the legislature. To get permission to pursue lawsuits. Whether it's settlement money potentially in in lawsuits, that's all controlled by the legislature now and then limiting early voting which is very significant because Wisconsin had record turnout in two thousand eighteen and because of early voting which the legislature had tried to cut off and then a federal judge intervened and said, no it's unconstitutional. There were enormous numbers. Wisconsin citizens who voted early and the legislature is now in both houses have passed this that they need to get together on it. But they have limited early voting to two weeks. So instead of six weeks as it was here in Dane county, where we had presidential level turn out. They're going to have two weeks. Again. It's just an effort to suppress the will of the people and to concentrate power in the state legislature. Well in terms of the limits on the governor's appointment powers. Could you get some? Go into some of the specifics of what is actually happening with some of these agencies some of them, they're actually packing with more members that the legislation would have say over. Yes. So for example, the Wisconsin economic Development Corporation, which has replaced the Commerce Department under governor Scott Walker. It's a scandal. Played agency that hands out gifts to corporations that promise to create jobs. The legislature has taken away the governor's power to appoint the head of that agency. They're still working this out. It's still needs to be signed by Scott Walker. But this is where they're going. And there was debate on it as they walked into the studio, they they plan to pack the board so that until September. And this is the recent redo this as a four o'clock this morning, they plan to pack the board with Republican chosen members. So that the governor can appoint the head of the board anymore and the Republican legislature controls the makeup of the board after September. They say it will be balanced there'll be chosen by legislators from the Democratic Party and the Republican party. But they are what they are fundamentally doing is undoing Tony Everts campaign promise to get rid of this agency altogether because it is. Handed out tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer money to corporations that have failed to create jobs. I was Foxconn as well. The ex-con Foxconn, which is a big. Yeah. It's a big company that our state has given an enormous amount of subsidy money to and really is was a major issue in the campaign because it's a gigantic subsidy for this corporation that is not creating a lot of jobs and hiring people actually from Illinois. To make big split screens. I will probably be obsolete shortly. There are a number of corporations that have received tens of millions of dollars from the state of Wisconsin. In this Bill that the legislature is pushing through right now, they remove the requirement that those corporations even demonstrate that they're creating jobs that was a requirement that they were failing to meet, and it's the reason that the public is. So so up in arms against this Wisconsin, Economic Development Board, it's going to continue to exist. The Republicans are going to pack the board. And now they're gonna take away the requirement that the corporations they give money to taxpayer money to even show that they're doing anything in exchange for that money, Foxconn Welby be the reason why the governor of Wisconsin stop Scott Walker lost. I mean, the touting of Foxconn coming to Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin GOP uses rare session to weaken incoming governor

Democracy Now

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Wisconsin GOP uses rare session to weaken incoming governor

"Wisconsin. Protesters took to the state capital Monday evening to oppose an effort by Republican state lawmakers to push through a series of bills to strip power from incoming democratic governor, Tony before he takes office protesters flooded, the capitol building chanting respect our votes and shame the bills aimed to limit the power of the democratic governor and attorney general elect and would restrict early voting periods. The Republicans drafted the legislation after Republican governor Scott Walker lost a close race to Iverson in November

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GOP state lawmakers look to limit powers of new governors

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

GOP state lawmakers look to limit powers of new governors

"Yet to meet today. Meanwhile, the Senate also voted to approve eighty two appointees of outgoing Republican governor Scott Walker during the lame duck legislative session, a big drop on Wall Street today said to be caused by multiple factors, including the Trump administration's dealings with China concerning trade, the Dow closing down nearly eight hundred points after tomorrow's state funeral in Washington. Former president George H W Bush remains. Be flown back to

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Hand recount won't likely save Bill Nelson vs. Rick Scott

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Hand recount won't likely save Bill Nelson vs. Rick Scott

"Now have President Trump on their side ABC's. Victor oquendo is in Broward County today in Broward County. Route Chester swarming election headquarters as they have for gays. Each side accusing the other of election theft Laura's machine recount is underway. State law mandating a recount when races are within half a percentage point the race for governor meeting that threshold the Senate race, even tighter governor, Rick Scott leading by just twelve thousand five hundred votes. Meanwhile, the rhetoric between Scott and his opponent Bill Nelson heating up sitter Nelson is clearly trying defy to try to commit fraud to try to win this election. President Trump wing in tweeting drawing to steal two big elections in Florida. We are watching closely while Scott and the president had provided no evidence of fraud. Democrats are expressing their own concerns about Scott as the current governor being in the position to certify his own election. I am calling on governor Scott to recuse himself immediately from any actions involving the Florida election Scott has a blatant conflict of interest in the governor's race democrat, Andrew gillum rescinding his election night concession. I am. Replacing my words of concession within uncompromised in unapologetic, coal that we count every single vote, but Republican ROY descent his leading by thirty three thousand votes already looking ahead. We have begun our transition efforts to build an administration that can secure Florida's future. All right. Let's go to victory KENDALL right now in Broward County pictured there are dueling lawsuits between the Nelson and Scott Senate campaigns and tonight governor Scott has a new lawsuit are some sides in this battle trying to win the recount in court, Tom this one is getting more heated by the day. Governor Scott filing, a lawsuit in Broward and Palm Beach counties asking that voting machines be impounded while not in use to prevent what he has repeatedly called voter fraud. We've checked with state officials. They tell us right now. There are no investigations into voter fraud. His opponent me. Well, Senator Bill Nelson says Scott is making false and panic claims, Tom Victor oquendo first night, Victor, thank you and in Georgia Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate for governor is saying. The refusal by Democrats Stacey Abrams to give up his quote disgracing, democracy Abram seeking to become the first black woman elected governor in the United

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 President Trump tweets, calls for end to Florida recount

Business Beware

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump tweets, calls for end to Florida recount

"Senator Bill Nelson says the recount underway in Florida must be around to continue. He's been using his power as governor to try to undermine the voting process. Senator Nelson referring to his Republican challenger, Florida. Governor Rick Scott, he's thrown around words like voter fraud with no proof governor Scott together with President Trump want Florida to halt the legally required recounts. And as the president tweeted the race should be called in favor of Rick Scott.

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President Trump, Governor Scott And Jerry Brown discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:50 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, Governor Scott And Jerry Brown discussed on Here & Now

"Alluded to the president's tweets a couple of times in his speech. It's a complicated thing Jerry Brown. What he's saying is absolutely true. Climate change is a huge factor in in these fires that we're now seeing become pretty regular in lots of the west. President Trump continues to kind of harp on the need to change the way we manage. Our forests critics argue that he's just arguing for more logging or basically placating to some of the. Constituency has in California's central valley where water is a big issue. The reality is fire. Colleges would say, yeah. Look, we need to probably look at forest management a little different given the reality in which we're living in right now but logging thinning is not the solution in every place. It certainly wouldn't have done anything to affect the fire down here in southern California where it was mostly burning in an urban area. That's NPR's Nathan rot who is covering. The fires forest Nate, thanks. Yeah. Thank you. We can't send the governors and Senate races. In Florida's Broward and Palm Beach counties are in turmoil today. Let's go to Broward and the Senate race last night. The Republican governor Scott filed his second lawsuits since last week accusing Palm Beach and Broward County election, supervisors Democrats of fraud. He's also called for impounding voting machines, Scott spoke to FOX and friends this morning.

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Broward County again at the center of turmoil in a Florida recount

Rush Limbaugh

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Broward County again at the center of turmoil in a Florida recount

"Thirty recounts lawsuits and accusations governor, Scott they Republican running for US Senate has filed suit against the elections offices in Broward and Palm Beach county is accusing them of finding votes for Democrat Bill Nelson every day since the election the left wing activists in Broward County have been coming up with more and more ballots out of nowhere. We all know, what is going on every person Florida knows exactly what is happening. Their goal is to keep mysteriously finding more votes to election turns out the way they want. Meanwhile, Nelson attorney Marc Elias got acts out of desperation to stop the balance that don't help him. He himself said that ballots are being counted. It is it is tight. And then he made some veiled threat or suggestion that he was going to somehow involved. In fact, Scott has asked the FDA to investigate possible fraud Nelson has filed his own suit to force a delay in. The deadline to report dissolves results to give time to

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Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine

Democracy Now

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine

"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.

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Vice President Pence speaks at Tyndall Air Force base on rebuilding Florida

Investor's Edge

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Vice President Pence speaks at Tyndall Air Force base on rebuilding Florida

"Vice President Mike Pence down south yesterday in Florida as we hear from USA radio's Robin woolen ski vice President Mike Pence visiting Panama City, Florida talking to people about rebuilding their homes and businesses in the aftermath of hurricane Michael. We're with you. We're going to stay with all of the families of this region impacted by hurricane Michael, the we rebuild bigger and better than ever before and working very closely with governor Scott

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Trump's rhetoric in midterm rallies reminiscent of 2016 campaign

Dan O'Donnell

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Trump's rhetoric in midterm rallies reminiscent of 2016 campaign

"On Monday. President Trump campaign's wore Wisconsin Republicans in the Walsall area. Tonight's the president touches down in mosinee in central Wisconsin for an airport rally tonight in support of governor Scott Walker US Senate candidates, Luke MIR and other Wisconsin Republicans in the battle for control of the house, including Brian style who hopes to replace outgoing speaker Paul Ryan in the state's first congressional district this before President Obama campaigns in Milwaukee on Friday on behalf of Democrats two weeks ahead of the midterms

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Governor Scott heading to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria tribute

Orlando's News at Noon

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Governor Scott heading to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria tribute

"I am Scott Anez. We are following this breaking news story. Aberdeen Maryland just outside of Baltimore. The Harford county sheriff's office says at least three people have been killed to wounded at a right. A distribution center. We are monitoring this news conference. Let's listen in for a few seconds here on news ninety six point five WDBO. So follow our feeds, and I will absolutely let you know when the Next Media briefing will be today. And hopefully, we'll be able to nail down some of those other details, and and give you a better picture of what you've been listening.

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Ron DeSantis resigns congressional seat to focus on gubernatorial race

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Ron DeSantis resigns congressional seat to focus on gubernatorial race

"Congressman Ron desanta says resigning from congress so he can focus on the race to replace governor Scott, our Washington watchdog, Jamie Dupree, says the scientists missed all fourteenth floor votes in the house last week as he was campaigning and writes in a letter as the Republican nominee for governor. It is clear to me that I will likely miss the mass majority of remaining session days for this congress undeveloped circumstances. It would be inappropriate for me to accept a salary Jamie, noting how. Most lawmakers actually stay on congress while running for another

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